JRuw91

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6D36E116-DB89-4788-A575-10989E5934D7
JRuw91, Nov 28, 2017
    • racerx
      Nice machine, but then I'm biased. IMHO, this one checks mostly all the right boxes for classic CT70 design elements. Only thing missing is the engine guard (but, this is your bike, of course...and it's all subjective). And, how can you go wrong with Candy Ruby red, KO Honda stripe tank decals and lotsa chrome?

      One caveat: if you've not already done so, make sure that those tires have "tubeless" on the sidewalls. 4.00-10 Trailwings cannot be run without tubes. I've no idea what 12-inch knobbies you're running.

      As for the handlebar knobs coming loose, that's curable. I've been running foldable bars for a lot of miles (north of 25K) and they don't come loose, unless I forget to tighten the knobs after transporting the bike in another vehicle. I do use the OEM knobs. But, IDK that this makes a lot of difference. Most likely, it's the M8 lockwashers.
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    • JRuw91
      Thank you for the input. I tried keeping a stock look while also making it my own. I have tried the stock knobs and obviously also the billet ones I have on there now. I’m gonna adventure into the moto bars and see what I think. If I ever wanna switch it back I could in no time. That’s the beauty of these bikes. I also have another seat I wanted to shave down and make more low profile. More pics to come after the new year.
    • JRuw91
      Tires are a tubeless tire as well. Maxxis m6024 I believe. It’s a knobby dual sport tire that are awesome in my opinion on road and trail.
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